After hours: 4:47PM EDT
|Bid||68.70 x 1800|
|Ask||69.30 x 1300|
|Day's Range||68.64 - 69.97|
|52 Week Range||60.42 - 82.27|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.20|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||20.02|
|Earnings Date||Aug 12, 2019 - Aug 16, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.66 (0.84%)|
|1y Target Est||87.50|
Assessing Agilent Technologies after Its Second-Quarter Release(Continued from Prior Part)Cash flow and cash asset guidanceAgilent Technologies (A) has reduced its CFO (cash flow from operations) guidance from $1,100 million–$1,150 million to
Assessing Agilent Technologies after Its Second-Quarter Release(Continued from Prior Part)Margin estimatesAgilent Technologies’ (A) gross margin expanded by 56 basis points YoY (year-over-year) to 56% in the second quarter, driven by higher
Assessing Agilent Technologies after Its Second-Quarter Release(Continued from Prior Part)EPS guidanceAgilent Technologies (A) has reiterated its fiscal 2019 non-GAAP EPS guidance of $3.03–$3.07, which represents a rise of 8.6%–10.0% YoY
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Assessing Agilent Technologies after Its Second-Quarter Release(Continued from Prior Part)Revenue guidanceIn its second-quarter investor presentation, Agilent Technologies (A) reduced its fiscal 2019 revenue guidance from 5.15 billion–$5.19
Assessing Agilent Technologies after Its Second-Quarter ReleaseStock price movementsOn May 14, Agilent Technologies (A) reported its second-quarter results. Its revenue rose 2.65% YoY (year-over-year) on a reported basis to $1.24 billion, missing
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U.S. stocks closed higher on Wednesday as reports that U.S. President Donald Trump would hold off on imposing tariffs on imported cars and parts eased growth concerns even as economic data disappointed investors. All three major U.S. indexes saw their second straight day of gains following Monday's steep sell-off, but the S&P 500 remained more than 3% below its all-time high reached just over two weeks ago. The prospect of a six-month postponement of tariffs on imported autos and auto parts, along with Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin's remarks that he expects trade talks to resume soon in China, was welcome news to investors, who started the session in a selling mood after the underwhelming economic reports.
Wall Street turned positive on Wednesday following reports that U.S. President Donald Trump would hold off on imposing tariffs on imported cars and parts, easing slowdown fears after downbeat economic data. Technology stocks led all three major U.S. indexes into the black, setting them up for a second day of gains, but S&P 500 remained about 3% below its all-time high reached just over two weeks ago. The prospect of a six-month delay in tariffs on imported autos and auto parts, along with Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin's remarks that he expects trade talks to resume soon in China, was welcome news to investors, who started the session in a selling mood after the disappointing economic reports.
U.S. stocks gained ground on Wednesday after a report that President Donald Trump was set to delay a decision to impose auto tariffs, offering respite to markets worried about slowing global growth after a batch of weak economic data. The deadline to decide on tariffs is May 18, but Trump is expected to delay it by up to six months, sources told Reuters.
U.S. stocks reversed course to trade higher on Wednesday after a report that President Donald Trump may delay a decision to impose auto tariffs, offering respite to markets worried about slowing global growth after a batch of weak economic data. The deadline to decide on tariffs is May 18, but Trump is expected to delay it by up to six months, sources told Reuters. Meanwhile, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said he will likely travel to Beijing soon to continue trade talks with China.
U.S. stocks fell on Wednesday, as a clutch of weak economic data from the United States and China sparked worries of slowing global growth against the backdrop of a bitter trade dispute that has roiled financial markets. Domestic data showed retail sales unexpectedly fell in April as households cut back on purchases of motor vehicles and a range of other goods, and another report showed declining output of cars and machinery led to a surprise fall in U.S. factory production for April. Meanwhile data from China also showed surprisingly weak growth in retail sales and industrial output for April, adding pressure on the country to roll out more stimulus.
"While overall revenues were below our expectations, the story of our second-quarter results is one where we demonstrated the resilience of Agilent's business model," said Mike McMullen, Agilent president and CEO. The company also revised its full-year revenue guidance to between $5.085 billion and $5.125 billion.
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Agilent (A) reports weak fiscal second-quarter results due to slowing global demand in small molecule Pharma and softness in the China Food market.
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U.S. stock futures were lower this morning after the Dow posted its highest one-day gain since April 12 on Tuesday. Economic activity in China cooled across the board last month, according to government data released today, raising questions about the economy's vitality even before higher U.S. tariffs start to bite. Alibaba (BABA) and Macy's (M) highlight the short list of earnings reports out this morning, while Dow component Cisco Systems (CSCO) grabs the spotlight in today's after-the-bell reports.
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